Linwood Lambert Jr.

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The sister of a Virginia man who died after repeatedly being shocked with stun guns by police says a prosecutor has decided not to bring charges against the officers.

Gwendolyn Smalls and her attorney told The Associated Press on Monday that Halifax County Commonwealth's Attorney Tracy Quackenbush Martin said she doesn't believe there's enough evidence to bring criminal charges against South Boston Police Officers Tiffany Bratton, Clifton Mann and Travis Clay.

Martin didn't immediately respond to messages Monday.

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The head of the FBI's Richmond office says the agency is investigating the 2013 death of a black man who was repeatedly shocked with stun guns by police.

Adam Lee told The Associated Press that he personally went to the home of Linwood Lambert Jr.'s sister and told her the FBI is investigating. The federal inquiry is separate from a local prosecutor's investigation.